Financial Resilience

Making money is just one part of the multi-faceted process in which one can attain not only financial independence, but also financial resilience, which is the ability to keep a steady income, regardless of the surrounding context.

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Don’t Shop On An Empty Stomach

It’s a simple rule. Yet so powerful. If you’re hungry, first try to understand why you’re hungry in the first place. If you really are hungry, and it’s not something…

Humans As Investment

Every once in a while I stumble upon something interesting. Like, really interesting. If it’s also related to one of the topics I chose to cover in this blog, then…

Generative NFTs

I know the title is a bit cryptic (pun intended, as it relates to a crypto-currencies related product) but nevertheless is interesting. And not that complicated. Bear with me, it…

Debt Is Death

Debt is a promise for a certain amount of future, not-yet-realized income, in exchange for the same amount, plus some extra. The extra is paid for the convenience of having…

Presence, Patience And Frustration

Very briefly put, presence, patience and frustration are the most important ingredients of my learning processes. And by learning processes I understand a very large category of activities, like learning…

Like A Fish In The Water

When I was little, I used to fish with my bear hands in a small river near my grandfather’s house, in the countryside. It was a relatively wide river, but…

The Rise Of Non Fungible Tokens

I am fascinated by trends. How they slowly cook, under the radar, how they explode, and how they eventually fade away. It’s like a huge, collective lens is pointing at…

Atypical Micro-Investments

A couple of months ago I began to run again, in preparation for Lisbon marathon – after a 4 months hiatus. The fastest route, the one that I’m usually running…

The Stupidity Map

There’s something about maps that appeals a lot to me. They convey in a very simple and concentrated way information that otherwise would have needed thousands of words to contain….